Louise Body

Trend : Painterly Watercolour Wallpaper

Anthology Definition wallcovering Obsidian - Watercolour wallpaper

I’ve noticed the watercolour trend hitting the interiors scene over the past few years and I was wondering if any of you have noticed it too? It started off in accessories like cushions and fabrics, then we saw tableware and ceramics following suit. But it seems to me that this trend is getting stronger and stronger as lots of lovely new collections of watercolour wallpaper are popping up at the moment. My inbox has been a hotbed of activity in the past two weeks as I have received email after email about these gorgeous wallcoverings that are inspired by painterly techniques. Whether it’s paint splatters, watery inks, or visible brush strokes, these beautiful papers are taking inspiration from the artist’s palette to create something really stunning. So today I thought I’d share my findings with you. Read More…

The Stonewall Wallpaper Collection by Louise Body

Flight Wallpaper by Louise Body


You may remember that some time ago I featured a fantastic wallpaper featuring digitally printed Victorian tile patterns. That paper was by designer Louise Body and at Tent London  last month I stopped by Louise’s stand to check out her new collection. The Stonewall paper range is a beautiful, delicate range of wallpapers in a delightfully muted colour palette. It was inspired by an old stone wall encrusted with lichen and the subtle background textures illustrate this beautifully. The collection is composed of four similar yet very different papers available in three colourways: Chalk, Flint and Sand.

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Paper Tiles wallpaper by Louise Body

Buttercup Blue Wallpaper by Louise Body

In May 2011, wallpaper and fabric designer Louise Body launched a striking new wallpaper collection entitled ‘Paper Tiles’ featuring digitally printed Victorian tile patterns combined with her own illustrations and designs. The seven decorative tile designs were inspired by Louise’s commission to design the restroom foyer area at Decorex last year for which she experimented with decorative Victorian tiles. The new collection takes this a step further and I think you’ll agree the results are pretty stunning. Read More…

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